Kathryn Hahn and her husband decided to legally change their children’s names to add Hahn, their famous mother’s maiden name, in front of their current last name.
The WandaVision star, 49, and her husband Ethan Sandler, 49, filed a petition last week in Los Angeles to add “Hahn” as a middle middle name before their last name “Sandler,” according to TMZ.
The couple have not yet released any details as to why they decided to make the name changes, but now 16-year-old Leonard will be Leonard Henry Hahn Sandler, and 13-year-old Mae will be Mae Marie Hahn Sandler.
New names: Kathryn Hahn and her husband Ethan Sandler have decided to legally change their children’s names to add Hahn before their current Sandler last name; Photo 2014
Hahn and Sandler are college sweethearts who met at Northwestern University and have been married since 2002.
Their eldest son, Leonard, was born in 2006. Mae followed, who was born three years later, in 2009.
Despite his fame, Hahn said parade in 2018 the family “lives a pretty normal life.” ‘I have cute kids and a forever husband and two dogs and a rabbit and now a hamster… So I have this rich and creative life but also a normal life, and I’ve been able to keep the two separate and sacred. ‘
It’s unclear: Hahn, 49, who married Sandler, 49, in 2002 after meeting at Northwestern University, hasn’t provided details about why the couple decided to make the switch; pictured 2022
The high-profile acting jobs keep coming for the in-demand actress. The Yale-educated actress has worked steadily for over 20 years on stage, television, and film.
Hahn worked on the hit series Parks and Recreation for three years and provided the voice of Paige Hunter in the animated musical series Central Park, as well as playing the role of Ericka, Drac’s love interest, in the Hotel Translyvania films.
Kathryn’s latest role is Claire Debella, a soccer mom turned ambitious future governor in the new hit film A Glass Onion: a Knives Out Mystery.
The picture is a follow-up to 2019’s Knives Out with Daniel Craig returning as Detective Benoit Blanc and hit the big screen on November 23 for a preview ahead of its Netflix debut on December 23.
Her Latest Role: Kathryn’s latest role is Claire Debella, a soccer mom turned ambitious future governor in the new hit film A Glass Onion: a Knives Out Mystery; pictured 2022
As with the first Knives Out film, writer-director Rian Johnson assembled an all-star cast for Glass Onion, including Edward Norton, Daniel Craig, Kate Hudson, Janelle Monáe, Leslie Odom Jr., and Dave Bautista. details of why they decided to make the name changes.
Glass Onion, Craig’s first significant departure from the Bond franchise, follows a group of sycophants and friends of Ed Norton’s brilliantly played billionaire Miles who find themselves trapped on an island with a killer on the loose.
Craig’s detective Benoit Blanc is the only character to return, and the British actor admits he worked as hard as he could to get back into the southern detective’s headspace, especially given his trademark accent.
Coming soon! The new movie, a follow-up to 2019’s Knives Out with Daniel Craig returning as Detective Benoit Blanc, is currently in theaters and will stream on Netflix on December 23.
Kathryn delighted fans with her role in the Disney+ hit WandaVision where she starred the role of Agnes, Wanda and Vision’s nosy neighbor, before being revealed as the powerful witch Agatha.
The 48-year-old actress will star in a WandaVision spin-off that is currently in development for Disney+ according to Variety.
The talented star will reprise her role as Agatha Harkness as the publication’s sources say the show will be a dark comedy, though plot details are currently under wraps.
WandaVision is not only a hit with its audience, but it was also a critical success, as the series took home three Primetime Emmy Awards last month, including Outstanding Fantasy/Sci-Fi Costumes and Original Music and Lyrics. Outstanding for the song Agatha All Along, which was used as part of Hahn’s character reveal.
All Together: She was seen posing with her cast from Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery; (L-R) Rian Johnson, Hahn, Janelle Monae, Hudson and Bob Ducsay